I regularly hear that besides the Maroon Belles, Colorado simply doesn't have impressive mountains like those found at Glacier and the Tetons. To which I always think, bull pucky! We just have so dang many mountains that they all end up competing with each other for prominence, but take any one in isolation in a state lacking as many tall mountains and instant impressive alpine beauty. Thankfully, subject isolation is something we can do with photography. ;-))) I used to telephoto lens on this one to help compress the vertical to show off the Laramie Foothills north of Fort Collins, CO. This was shot at 240mm on a D300 for a 360mm equivalent.